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December 07, 2022 CHAIR CHAT

Episode 15: Aliza Shatzman

This week's Chair Chat features a discussion with The Legal Accountability Project President and Co-Founder Aliza Shatzman about judicial accountability and clerkships. Watch the full chat below!

This Bar year, Section Chair Juan R. Thomas will host esteemed guests and colleagues for a weekly Chair Chat. This platform is designed to bring together legal scholars, advocates, thought leaders and activists committed to fighting for social justice, protecting our democracy, and upholding the rule of law, and to share strategies for tackling the existing and emerging civil rights issues facing our country.

Guest Speaker

  • Aliza Shatzman, Co-Founder and President, The Legal Accountability Project 


  • Juan R. Thomas, Chair, ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice; Of Counsel, Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer, P.A.


The Legal Accountability Project

Statement for the Record of Aliza Shatzman, Former DC Superior Court Law Clerk  submitted to the House Judiciary Committee's Subcommittee on Courts, Intellectual Property, and the Internet on March 17, 2022

The Conservative Case for the Judiciary Accountability Act | Harvard Journal on Legislation

Law schools are part of the problem--but they can (and should) be part of the solution | Yale Law & Policy Review

Untouchable Judges? What I've learned about harassment in the judiciary, and what we can do to stop it | UCLA Journal of Gender & Law

Protecting Law Clerks from Harassment | ABA Student Lawyer Blog

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